Cabin Porn

Monday February 20, 2012

It's time to come clean about one of the internet's worst-kept secrets and our regular cure for Monday-itis. 

Northern exposure

Wednesday February 15, 2012

A few weeks ago photographer Christian Mülhauser was in Norway to shoot the Northern Lights. This is what he saw.

Bear 71

Friday February 03, 2012

Bear 71 is the female subject of Leanne Allison and Jeremy Mendes's interactive web documentary produced for the National Film Board of Canada.

On the up

Sunday January 29, 2012

At first glance Adam Ondra is a guy who looks more suited to building mainframes than climbing boulders, but he happens to be one of the best climbers in the world.

It's Cabin Time

Monday January 09, 2012

Anyone of a vaguely artistic disposition has probably thought about getting a residency at some point. Cabin Time just might be your chance. 

Frozen Planet (DVD giveaway)

Monday December 12, 2011

David Attenborough lives the stuff of our kid (and adult) dreams. This time he's trekking through the polar ice caps and into the frozen wilderness of Alaska and Antarctica for Frozen Planet.

Walking on thin air

Wednesday December 07, 2011

A new walkway at Tianmen Mountain National Park in China puts two-and-a-half inches of glass between visitors and a crapload of thin air.

Crazy mère enculeurs

Thursday November 17, 2011

Don't watch this trailer if you're scared of heights. Don't watch this trailer if the thought of sommersaulting off the edge of a cliff makes your palms sweat.

Alone in the Wilderness

Sunday November 06, 2011

Bob Swerer Sr. is an outdoorsman first and filmmaker second. Based at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, Bob Sr’s films document the wild just outside his doorstep and the frozen Alaskan ‘beyond’. It was through these films that we discovered Richard (Dick) Proenneke who we featured in Smith Journal volume one.

The Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion

Thursday November 03, 2011

Visitors to the Dovrefjell-sunndalsfjella National Park in Dovre, Norway, can now fully appreciate the alpine ecosystem without stuffing it up.

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